Can this gigantic NUC win over fans of small-form-factor builds?
Back at CES 2020, Intel introduced a much larger Next Unit of Computing (NUC) bare-bones mini-PC than had ever previously been shown—a 5L modular gaming PC that had room for a discrete graphics card. Now at Computex 2021, Team Blue on Sunday gave an early, brief glance at Ghost Canyon’s successor: the 8L Intel NUC 11 Extreme Kit, also known as Beast Canyon.
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